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Sony Pictures Classics has nabbed the rights to “The Burnt Orange Heresy,” Variety has learned. The indie label plans to release the film in 2020. The Italian-American thriller was directed by Giuseppe Capotondi and stars Claes Bang, Elizabeth Debicki, Mick Jagger and Donald Sutherland. Scott Smith adapted Charles Willeford’s novel of the same name, transporting the action from Florida to
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Quotebye bye johnny Filmed last October before the Stones set out on tour, Capotondi tells Billboard, “We heard that he was looking for a last film to make and so we sent the script. Where is it written that this is Mick's last film?? Drew
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotesteffiestones How can a Stones fan the like Cars ?? The Stones were Rebellion between 68 and 73 The Stooges,The Faces, The New York Dolls, Mc 5 were the Real Deal! The 80"s sounded very plastic to me..Mainstream sucks For this Stones fan, my musical tastes run the gamut. I love great music of any genre. In my collection you'll find jazz, electronica, ambient, rock, trip-hop, a
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4 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
"According to the Daily News, New York City's medical examiner has determined that the cause of death was hypertensive and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Ocasek also suffered from pulmonary emphysema, which also contributed to his death." Ric smoked cigarettes, as you can see on the ultra-cool cover of his first solo album, Beatitude. Drew
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4 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
For anyone who's interested in revisiting/exploring his work, here is a collection of ten (IMO) out-of-this-world Ric Ocasek compositions, with and without the Cars. Being a Cars connoisseur I've heard just about everything he ever recorded and these are my personal favorites. Drew
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4 ***years ***ago
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QuotemariannaI don't know why anyone would attack them like that Chesterfield Kings person did. Jealousy, probably. Drew
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4 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
OMG, this is horrible news. Ric's music, both with the Cars and solo, has meant so much to me over the years. So clever and interesting and catchy and gentle and fun and upbeat, yet shimmering with mystery and sadness. I am gutted. One day many years ago I went up to Ric as he was leaving a concert, shook his hand, and told him how much his music has mattered to me. He was so warm a
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4 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
Quotebye bye johnny An extremely insightful review. Thanks, bye bye johnny. Drew
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4 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
Oh man, that's sad news. Two Tickets to Paradise is truly one of my favorite tracks of all time. RIP, Eddie. Drew
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4 ***years ***ago
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QuoteStoneage Haven't seen this one. I guess it hasn't premiered yet. But I wish Sir Michael were more lucky with his films. They often tend to be quite mediocre and forgettable over time. Why doesn't he star in those mega block buster super hero movies. Like Batman or Spider Man. He can't go wrong there. He could play Batmans grandpa or something... I personally admire Mi
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4 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
Quotesteffialicia You're not supporting his kids, are you? The planet is. Drew
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotekeefriff99 If I can rock out to Double Live Gonzo after all the grotesque, psychotic things Ted Nugent has belched forth over the past 20 years, these overly-sensitive, reactionary fools can surely still enjoy the Stones despite Mick's newfound (and shallow) environmentalism. Agree, although for me it's the studio version of Stranglehold that gets my motor running. Mick's
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotebye bye johnny Getty Images Europe Great photo. And that "76" behind him just happens to be the age of this mischievously-grinning, twinkly-eyed Peter Pan. Coincidence? Maybe not. Drew
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotekeefriff99 Donald Sutherland is a true radical, and has been his whole life. He was married to Shirley Douglas, whose father, Tommy Douglas, created Canada's National Healthcare System, and was voted their Greatest Canadian in 2004. Mick's words, while nicely said, don't carry much weight with me. He's never stuck his neck out for any cause...and I don't expect
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotehopkins Love it. Perfect Single, staggering solid. Everything including percussion is State of the Art At least for me it is when I consider That slamming trapdoor Riff that sucks you in like a vacuum, And then Pow !! Bill and Charlie come into it. That sparkling Intro is deservedly unforgettable impact... ...One of the best post Mick Taylor guitar displays imo. Just a super duper
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quoterollmops By the way "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" is very, very good. Tarantino rocks!! I second that!! A fantastic roller-coaster ride of a film. Drew
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4 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
Oh man, I'm saddened to hear this. Rutger caught my attention in "The Hitcher" where he played this incredibly creepy and dangerous character. Just a mesmerizing performance that I will never forget. RIP, Rutger. Drew
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5 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
Quotesnoopy2 Now that I'm going to Jacksonville I'm thinking of driving up to Philadelphia for this one (already have LDs) but don't know this city at all. Anyone familiar with area willing too chime in on regions maybe just outside city for motels/hotels for those of us driving? (Guessing downtown is like any other city cost-wise) Public transpo in outlying areas? Or would y
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5 ***years ***ago
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Quotedrewmaster QuoteRockingLonestar QuoteDiegoGlimmerStones Is that Michelle Hunzicker left of him? Where/when was this shot, and who are all the beautiful ladies? Drew Anyone know? Drew
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5 ***years ***ago
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QuotePalace Revolution 2000I certainly don't know who Jagger likes to hang out with. But with all he has done, and seen, and experienced - I bet money that at the end it comes down to his kids, his brother, and Keith and Charlie. No, he would not hang out with Keith and go to a ball game. But, in some scenarios, maybe legal ones, I could see him draw on Keith. Very few people in the world w
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5 ***years ***ago
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QuoteElmo Lewis Keith quote - I actually Love Elton's work (especially pre-Blue Moves) Where/when did he say that?? Drew
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5 ***years ***ago
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Quotejlowe I haven't seen the film as yet but am a bit confused about the apparant negative portrayal of Elton's parents. From what I recall, his parents both had an interest in music and supported their sons interest and talent. They divorced when he was about 14 and Mum remarried to a chap, who so we were led to believe, was both supportive to his Mum and got on well with his step s
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Quoterebelrebel There was certainly an inference that his relationship with his parents was at the root of his addiction issues but I didn't think it implied that was the cause of his homosexuality. The way I saw it his homosexuality was another barrier between him and his parents and therefore another factor in the unhappiness that caused him to try and mask the pain with booze and drugs.
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5 ***years ***ago
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QuoteRockingLonestar QuoteDiegoGlimmerStones Is that Michelle Hunzicker left of him? Where/when was this shot, and who are all the beautiful ladies? Drew
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5 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
Quotetatters I know all these biopics like to play fast and loose with the facts, but to have him singing "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues" at an audition, in 1967, when the song wasn't written until 1983, that's gotta make anyone cringe. Well, under normal circumstances I would have, but this whole film was so fantastic and beautiful and sensitive and giddil
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5 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
Quotehopkins the doors nearly killed me; hate to even mention it. Agree 100%; that movie was pretty unwatchable. Quotehopkins great a gay love scene; at least the Russians have their wits about them.... Huh?? Drew
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5 ***years ***ago
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QuoteRockman Are there any sex-scenes ????? There is one, Rockee ... a very uncensored sex scene featuring Elton and his lover/manager, John Reid. They're censoring Rocketman in Russia because of this. Drew
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5 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
Anyone who appreciates Elton's music, or has an interest in how Reg Dwight became a mega-star, should definitely check out "Rocketman". Truly one of the best films I've seen in years; a treat for the senses, visually and sonically. Everything else about it works, too, including the brilliant acting. Drew
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5 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
A great clip and very funny, thanks bleedingman. I wonder if it's true, though? ... does Mick just bark out "Diet Coke" and one is immediately handed to him? Drew
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5 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
Keith? Matt Clifford? Drew
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